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GE JE1360WC Use and Care Manual
Microwave Oven
GE Appliances
Safety Information
Adapter Plugs . . . . . . . . .9
Arcing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Extension Cords . . . . .10
Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 5
Grounding
Instructions . . . . . . . . . . .8
Microwave-Safe
Cookware . . . . . . . . . .6, 7
Precautions to Avoid
Possible Exposure to
Excessive Microwave
Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Safety Precautions . . .2, 3
Troubleshooting
Tips
Before You Call for
Service . . . . . . . . . . .34, 35
Things That Are Normal
With Your Microwave
Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Owner’s Manual
JE1360BC
JE1360WC
Customer Service
Product
Registration . . .12, 37, 38
Service Telephone
Numbers 13, Back Cover
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Operating Instructions
Auto Feature . . . . . . . .23
Care and
Cleaning . . . . . . . . .32, 33
Changing
Power Level . . . . . . . . .16
Features of Your
Microwave Oven . .14, 15
Microwave Terms . . . .31
Other Features . . . 28–30
Sensor
Features . . . . . . . . .24–27
Time Features . . .17–22
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Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
For your safety, the information in this manual must be
followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion, electric
shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or
loss of life.
Operating Instructions
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY
■ Do Not Attempt to operate
this oven with the door open
since open-door operation
can result in harmful
exposure to microwave
energy. It is important not
to defeat or tamper with the
safety interlocks.
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■ Do Not Place any object
between the oven front
face and the door or allow
soil or cleaner residue to
accumulate on sealing
surfaces.
■ Do Not Operate the oven if it
is damaged. It is particularly
important that the oven
door close properly and that
there is no damage to the:
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2
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door (bent)
hinges and latches
(broken or loosened)
door seals and sealing
surfaces.
■ The Oven Should Not be
adjusted or repaired by
anyone except properly
qualified service personnel.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This microwave oven is not approved or tested for
marine use.
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■ Read and follow the specific
precautions in the Precautions
to Avoid Possible Exposure to
Excessive Microwave Energy
section above.
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■ This appliance must be
grounded. Connect only
to a properly grounded
outlet. See the Grounding
Instructions section on page 8.
■ Install or locate this
appliance only in accordance
with the provided Installation
Instructions.
■ Be certain to place the front
surface of the door three
inches or more back from
the countertop edge to avoid
accidental tipping of the
appliance in normal usage.
Safety Information
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as
described in this Owner’s Manual.
■ To reduce the risk of fire in
the oven cavity:
■ Do not mount the microwave
oven over or near any portion
of a heating or cooking
appliance.
— Do not overcook food.
Carefully attend appliance
if paper, plastic or other
combustible materials are
placed inside the oven while
cooking.
■ Do not store anything directly
on top of the microwave oven
surface when the microwave
oven is in operation.
■ Do not operate this appliance
if it has a damaged power
cord or plug, if it is not
working properly, or if it has
been damaged or dropped.
■ Use this appliance only for
its intended use as described
in this manual. Do not use
corrosive chemicals or vapors
in this appliance. This
microwave oven is specifically
designed to heat, dry or cook
food, and is not intended for
laboratory or industrial use.
■ Keep power cord away from
heated surfaces.
■ Do not immerse power cord
or plug in water.
■ Do not let power cord hang
over edge of table or counter.
— Do not use the oven for
storage purposes. Do not
leave paper products,
cooking utensils or food in
the oven when not in use.
— If materials inside the oven
should ignite, keep the oven
door closed, turn the oven off
and disconnect the power
cord, or shut off power at the
fuse or circuit breaker panel.
If the door is opened, the fire
may spread.
■ See door surface cleaning
instructions in the Care and
cleaning of the microwave
oven section of this manual.
■ This appliance should be
serviced only by qualified
service personnel. Contact
nearest authorized service
facility for examination,
repair or adjustment.
■ As with any appliance, close
supervision is necessary
when used by children.
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■ Do not store this appliance
outdoors. Do not use this
product near water—
for example, in a wet
basement, near a swimming
pool or near a sink.
— Remove wire twist-ties and
metal handles from paper
or plastic containers before
placing them in the oven.
Troubleshooting Tips
■ Do not cover or block any
openings on the appliance.
Operating Instructions
■ Do not mount this appliance
over a sink.
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Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
ARCING
Operating Instructions
If you see arcing, press the CLEAR/OFF pad and correct
the problem.
Arcing is the microwave term
for sparks in the oven. Arcing
is caused by:
■ Metal, such as twist-ties,
poultry pins, or gold-rimmed
dishes, in the microwave.
■ Metal or foil touching the
side of the oven.
■ Recycled paper towels
containing small metal pieces
being used in the microwave.
■ Foil not molded to food
(upturned edges act like
antennas).
FOODS
Troubleshooting Tips
■ Do not pop popcorn in your
microwave oven unless in a
special microwave popcorn
accessory or unless you use
popcorn labeled for use in
microwave ovens.
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■ Some products such as
whole eggs and sealed
containers—for example,
closed jars—will explode and
should not be heated in this
microwave oven. Such use of
the microwave oven could
result in injury.
■ Do not boil eggs in a
microwave oven. Pressure
will build up inside egg yolk
and will cause it to burst,
possibly resulting in injury.
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■ Operating the microwave
with no food inside for more
than a minute or two may
cause damage to the oven
and could start a fire. It
increases the heat around the
magnetron and can shorten
the life of the oven.
■ Foods with unbroken outer
“skin” such as potatoes, hot
dogs, sausages, tomatoes,
apples, chicken livers and
other giblets, and egg yolks
should be pierced to allow
steam to escape during
cooking.
Microwaved water and other
liquids do not always bubble
when they reach the boiling
point. They can actually get
superheated and not bubble
at all.
To prevent this from happening
and causing injury, do not
heat any liquid for more than
2 minutes per cup. After
heating, let the cup stand in
the microwave for 30 seconds
before moving it or putting
anything into it.
■ Do not overcook potatoes.
They could dehydrate and
catch fire, causing damage
to your oven.
■ Cook meat and poultry
thoroughly—meat to at
least an INTERNAL
temperature of 160°F.
and poultry to at least an
INTERNAL temperature
of 180°F. Cooking to these
temperatures usually protects
against foodborne illness.
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■ Don’t defrost frozen
beverages in narrow-necked
bottles (especially
carbonated beverages). Even
if the container is opened,
pressure can build up. This
can cause the container to
burst, possibly resulting in
injury.
■ Hot foods and steam can
cause burns. Be careful when
opening any containers of
hot food, including popcorn
bags, cooking pouches and
boxes. To prevent possible
injury, direct steam away
from hands and face.
Troubleshooting Tips
■ Avoid heating baby food in
glass jars, even with the lid
off. Make sure all infant food
is thoroughly cooked. Stir
food to distribute the heat
evenly. Be careful to prevent
scalding when warming
formula. The container may
feel cooler than the formula
really is. Always test the
formula before feeding
the baby.
Operating Instructions
Superheated liquid will bubble
up out of the cup when it is
moved or when something like
a spoon or tea bag is put into it.
■ Spontaneous boiling—Under
certain special circumstances,
liquids may start to boil
during or shortly after
removal from the microwave
oven. To prevent burns
from splashing liquid, we
recommend the following:
before removing the
container from the oven,
allow the container to stand
in the oven for 30 to 40
seconds after the oven has
shut off. Do not boil liquids
in narrow-necked containers
such as soft drink bottles,
wine flasks and especially
narrow-necked coffee cups.
Even if the container is
opened, excessive steam can
build up and cause it to burst
or overflow.
Safety Information
■ SUPERHEATED WATER
Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
MICROWAVE-SAFE COOKWARE
Operating Instructions
Make sure all cookware used in
your microwave oven is suitable
for microwaving. Most glass
casseroles, cooking dishes,
measuring cups, custard cups,
pottery or china dinnerware
which does not have metallic
trim or glaze with a metallic
sheen can be used. Some
cookware is labeled “suitable
for microwaving.”
Troubleshooting Tips
■ If you are not sure if a dish is
microwave-safe, use this test:
Place in the oven both the
dish you are testing and a
glass measuring cup filled
with 1 cup of water—set the
measuring cup either in or
next to the dish. Microwave
30–45 seconds at high. If the
dish heats, it should not be
used for microwaving.
If the dish remains cool and
only the water in the cup
heats, then the dish is
microwave-safe.
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■ If you use a meat
thermometer while cooking,
make sure it is safe for use
in microwave ovens.
■ Do not use recycled paper
products. Recycled paper
towels, napkins and waxed
paper can contain metal
flecks which may cause arcing
or ignite. Paper products
containing nylon or nylon
filaments should be avoided,
as they may also ignite.
■ Some styrofoam trays (like
those that meat is packaged
on) have a thin strip of metal
embedded in the bottom.
When microwaved, the metal
can burn the floor of the oven
or ignite a paper towel.
■ Do not use the microwave to
dry newspapers.
■ Not all plastic wrap is suitable
for use in microwave ovens.
Check the package for
proper use.
■ Paper towels, waxed paper
and plastic wrap can be used
to cover dishes in order to
retain moisture and prevent
spattering. Be sure to vent
plastic wrap so steam can
escape.
■ Cookware may become hot
because of heat transferred
from the heated food. Pot
holders may be needed to
handle the cookware.
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■ Plastic cookware—Plastic
cookware designed for
microwave cooking is very
useful, but should be used
carefully. Even microwavesafe plastic may not be as
tolerant of overcooking
conditions as are glass or
ceramic materials and may
soften or char if subjected
to short periods of
overcooking. In longer
exposures to overcooking,
the food and cookware
could ignite.
Operating Instructions
Follow these guidelines:
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Use microwave-safe
plastics only and use
them in strict compliance
with the cookware
manufacturer’s
recommendations.
Troubleshooting Tips
■ Use foil only as directed in
this guide. TV dinners may
be microwaved in foil trays
less than 3/4″ high; remove
the top foil cover and return
the tray to the box. When
using foil in the microwave
oven, keep the foil at least
1 inch away from the sides
of the oven.
Safety Information
■ “Boilable” cooking pouches
and tightly closed plastic bags
should be slit, pierced or
vented as directed by
package. If they are not,
plastic could burst during or
immediately after cooking,
possibly resulting in injury.
Also, plastic storage
containers should be at least
partially uncovered because
they form a tight seal. When
cooking with containers
tightly covered with plastic
wrap, remove covering
carefully and direct steam
away from hands and face.
not microwave empty
2 Do
containers.
not permit children
3 Do
to use plastic cookware
without complete
supervision.
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Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of
electric shock.
Operating Instructions
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of an electrical short
circuit, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an
escape wire for the electric current.
This appliance is equipped with a power cord having a grounding
wire with a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an
outlet that is properly installed and grounded.
Consult a qualified electrician or service technician if the grounding
instructions are not completely understood, or if doubt exists as to
whether the appliance is properly grounded.
Troubleshooting Tips
If the outlet is a standard 2-prong wall outlet, it is your personal
responsibility and obligation to have it replaced with a properly
grounded 3-prong wall outlet.
Do not under any circumstances cut or remove the third (ground)
prong from the power cord.
We do not recommend using an extension cord with this appliance.
If the power cord is too short, have a qualified electrician or service
technician install an outlet near the appliance. (See WARNING—
EXTENSION CORDS section.)
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For best operation, plug this appliance into its own electrical outlet
to prevent flickering of lights, blowing of fuse or tripping of circuit
breaker.
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Safety Information
ADAPTER PLUGS
Usage situations where appliance’s power cord will be disconnected
infrequently.
Operating Instructions
Because of potential safety
hazards under certain conditions,
(Adapter plugs not perwe strongly recommend against the
mitted in Canada)
use of an adapter plug. However, if
Align large
prongs/slots
you still elect to use an adapter,
where local codes permit, a
TEMPORARY CONNECTION may
Ensure proper ground
be made to a properly grounded
and firm connection
TEMPORARY
two-prong wall receptacle by the
before use.
METHOD
use of a UL listed adapter which is
available at most local hardware stores.
The larger slot in the adapter must be aligned with the larger slot in
the wall receptacle to provide proper polarity in the connection of
the power cord.
Troubleshooting Tips
CAUTION: Attaching the adapter ground terminal to the wall receptacle
cover screw does not ground the appliance unless the cover screw is
metal, and not insulated, and the wall receptacle is grounded through
the house wiring.
You should have the circuit checked by a qualified electrician to
make sure the receptacle is properly grounded.
When disconnecting the power cord from the adapter, always hold
the adapter with one hand. If this is not done, the adapter ground
terminal is very likely to break with repeated use. Should this
happen, DO NOT USE the appliance until a proper ground has
again been established.
Usage situations where appliance’s power cord will be disconnected
frequently.
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Do not use an adapter plug in these situations because frequent
disconnection of the power cord places undue strain on the adapter
and leads to eventual failure of the adapter ground terminal.
You should have the two-prong wall receptacle replaced with a
three-prong (grounding) receptacle by a qualified electrician
before using the appliance.
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Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
EXTENSION CORDS
A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting
from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord.
Operating Instructions
Extension cords may be used if you are careful in using them.
If an extension cord is used—
marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be at
1 The
least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance;
extension cord must be a grounding-type 3-wire cord and it
2 The
must be plugged into a 3-slot outlet;
extension cord should be arranged so that it will not drape
3 The
over the countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on by
children or tripped over unintentionally.
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Troubleshooting Tips
If you use an extension cord, the interior light may flicker and the
blower sound may vary when the microwave oven is on. Cooking
times may be longer, too.
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Safety Information
READ AND FOLLOW THIS SAFETY
INFORMATION CAREFULLY.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Operating Instructions
Troubleshooting Tips
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Safety Information
Congratulations!
You Are Now Part of the GE Family.
Important!
Fill out the Consumer Product Registration Card.
Two easy ways to register your appliance!
■ Through the internet at www.geappliances.com
Operating Instructions
■ Complete and mail the enclosed Product Registration
Card
Write the model and serial numbers here.
#
#
You can find them on a label inside the oven.
Troubleshooting Tips
Staple sales slip or cancelled check here.
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Proof of the original purchase date is needed to obtain
service under the warranty.
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Read this Manual
Inside you will find many helpful hints on how to use and maintain
your microwave oven properly. Just a little preventive care on your part
can save you a great deal of time and money over the life of your
microwave oven.
Safety Information
GE & You,
A Service Partnership.
Operating Instructions
Review the Section on Troubleshooting Tips
You’ll find many answers to common problems here. If you review
our chart of Troubleshooting Tips first, you may not need to call for
service at all.
If You Need Service
Troubleshooting Tips
If you do need service, you can relax knowing help is only a phone call
away. A list of toll-free customer service numbers is included in the
back section.
Or you can always call the GE Answer Center® at 800.626.2000,
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
OR
Visit our Website at: www.geappliances.com
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Safety Information
About the features of your microwave oven.
Throughout this manual, features and appearance may vary from
your model.
Troubleshooting Tips
Operating Instructions
1100 Watts
Features of the Oven
Door Latches.
Window with Metal Shield. Screen allows cooking to be
viewed while keeping microwaves confined in the oven.
Convenience Guide.
Touch Control Panel and Display.
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Door Latch Release. Press latch release to open door.
Removable Turntable. Turntable and support must be
in place when using the oven. The turntable may be
removed for cleaning.
NOTE: Rating plate, oven vent(s) and oven light are located on the inside
walls of the microwave oven.
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Safety Information
You can microwave by time, with the sensor features or with the auto feature.
Operating Instructions
Cooking Controls
Check the Convenience Guide before you begin.
Time Features
Enter
Amount of cooking time
Troubleshooting Tips
Press
TIME COOK
Press once or twice
DEFROST AUTO/TIME
Press twice
EXPRESS COOK
ADD 30 SEC
POWER LEVEL
Amount of defrosting time
Starts immediately!
Starts immediately!
Power level 1–10
Sensor Features and Auto Feature
DEFROST AUTO/TIME
Press once
Enter
Starts immediately!
Starts immediately!
Starts immediately!
Starts immediately!
Option
more/less time
more/less time
more/less time
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Press
POPCORN
BEVERAGE
REHEAT
CHICKEN/FISH
Press once (chicken pieces)
Press twice (fish fillets)
POTATO
VEGETABLES
Press once (fresh vegetables)
Press twice (frozen vegetables)
Press three times (canned vegetables)
Starts immediately! more/less time
Starts immediately!
more/less time
more/less time
more/less time
(on some models)
Food weight
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Safety Information
About changing the power level.
The power level may be entered or changed
immediately after entering the feature time for TIME
COOK, TIME DEFROST or EXPRESS COOK. The power level
may also be changed during time countdown.
Operating Instructions
1 Press TIME COOK or select Time Defrost.
2 Enter cooking or defrosting time.
3 Press POWER LEVEL.
4 Select desired power level 1–10.
5 Press START.
Troubleshooting Tips
Variable power levels add flexibility to microwave
cooking. The power levels on the microwave oven can be
compared to the surface units on a range. Each power
level gives you microwave energy a certain percent of the
time. Power level 7 is microwave energy 70% of the time.
Power level 3 is energy 30% of the time. Most cooking
will be done on High (power level 10) which gives you
100% power. Power level 10 will cook faster but food
may need more frequent stirring, rotating or turning
over. A lower setting will cook more evenly and need less
stirring or rotating of the food. Some foods may have
better flavor, texture or appearance if one of the lower
settings is used. Use a lower power level when cooking
foods that have a tendency to boil over, such as
scalloped potatoes.
Rest periods (when the microwave energy cycles off)
give time for the food to “equalize” or transfer heat to
the inside of the food. An example of this is shown with
power level 3—the defrost cycle. If microwave energy did
not cycle off, the outside of the food would cook before
the inside was defrosted.
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Here are some examples of uses for various power levels:
High 10: Fish, bacon, vegetables, boiling liquids.
Med-High 7: Gentle cooking of meat and poultry; baking
casseroles and reheating.
Medium 5: Slow cooking and tenderizing for stews and
less tender cuts of meat.
Low 2 or 3: Defrosting; simmering; delicate sauces.
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Warm 1: Keeping food warm; softening butter.
Safety Information
About the time features.
Time Cook
Time Cook I
Allows you to microwave for any time up to 99 minutes
and 99 seconds.
Power level 10 (High) is automatically set, but you may
change it for more flexibility.
Operating Instructions
1 Press TIME COOK.
2 Enter cooking time.
power level if you don’t want full
3 Change
power. (Press POWER LEVEL. Select a desired
power level 1–10.)
4 Press START.
You may open the door during Time Cook to check
the food. Close the door and press START to resume
cooking.
Time Cook II
Troubleshooting Tips
Lets you change power levels automatically during
cooking. Here’s how to do it:
1 Press TIME COOK.
2 Enter the first cook time.
the power level if you don’t want full
3 Change
power. (Press POWER LEVEL. Select a desired
power level 1–10.)
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4 Press TIME COOK again.
5 Enter the second cook time.
the power level if you don’t want full
6 Change
power. (Press POWER LEVEL. Select a desired
power level 1–10.)
7 Press START.
At the end of Time Cook I, Time Cook II counts down.
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Safety Information
About the time features.
Operating Instructions
Cooking Guide for Time Cook
NOTE: Use power level High (10) unless otherwise noted.
Vegetable
Amount
Time
Asparagus
(fresh spears)
1 lb.
(frozen spears)
10-oz. package
5 to 8 min.,
In 11⁄2-qt. oblong glass baking
Med-High (7) dish, place 1/4 cup water.
4 to 7 min.
In 1-qt. casserole.
Beans
(fresh green)
1 lb. cut in half
10 to 15 min.
(frozen green)
10-oz. package
4 to 8 min.
(frozen lima)
10-oz. package
4 to 8 min.
Beets
(fresh, whole)
1 bunch
16 to 22 min.
In 2-qt. casserole, place
1/2 cup water.
1 bunch
(11⁄4 to 11⁄2 lbs.)
1 bunch
(11⁄4 to 11⁄2 lbs.)
10-oz. package
5 to 9 min.
4 to 7 min.
In 2-qt. casserole, place
1/2 cup water.
In 2-qt. oblong glass baking dish,
place 1/4 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole.
10-oz. package
4 to 7 min.
Broccoli
(fresh cut)
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(fresh spears)
(frozen,
chopped)
(frozen spears)
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Cabbage
(fresh)
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7 to 11 min.
Comments
In 11⁄2-qt. casserole, place
1/2 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
2 tablespoons water.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
1/4 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
3 tablespoons water.
(wedges)
1 medium head 6 to 10 min.
(about 2 lbs.)
5 to 9 min.
In 11⁄2- or 2-qt. casserole, place
1/4 cup water.
In 2- or 3-qt. casserole, place
1/4 cup water.
Carrots
(fresh, sliced)
1 lb.
4 to 8 min.
(frozen)
10-oz. package
3 to 7 min.
In 11⁄2-qt. casserole, place
1/4 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
2 tablespoons water.
Cauliflower
(flowerets)
1 medium head 7 to 11 min.
(fresh, whole)
1 medium head 7 to 15 min.
(frozen)
10-oz. package
3 to 7 min.
In 2-qt. casserole, place
1/2 cup water.
In 2-qt. casserole, place
1/2 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
2 tablespoons water.
Time
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Corn
(frozen kernel)
10-oz. package
2 to 6 min.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
2 tablespoons water.
Corn on the cob
(fresh)
1 to 5 ears
11/4 to 4 min. In 2-qt. oblong glass baking
per ear
dish, place corn. If corn is in
husk, use no water; if corn has
been husked, add 1/4 cup
water. Rearrange after half of
time.
3 to 6 min.
Place in 2-qt. oblong glass
2 to 3 min.
baking dish. Cover with vented
per ear
plastic wrap. Rearrange after
half of time.
(frozen)
1 ear
2 to 6 ears
10-oz. package
2 to 6 min.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
3 tablespoons water.
Peas
(fresh, shelled)
2 lbs. unshelled
7 to 10 min.
(frozen)
10-oz. package
2 to 6 min.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
1/4 cup water.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
2 tablespoons water.
Potatoes
(fresh, cubed,
white)
4 potatoes
(6 to 8 oz. each)
9 to 12 min.
1 (6 to 8 oz.)
2 to 4 min.
10 to 16 oz.
3 to 6 min.
10-oz. package
3 to 6 min.
1 lb. sliced
3 to 5 min.
(fresh, whole,
sweet or white)
Spinach
(fresh)
(frozen, chopped
and leaf)
1 or 2 squash
5 to 9 min.
(about 1 lb. each)
Peel and cut into 1-inch cubes.
Place in 2-qt. casserole with 1/2
cup water. Stir after half of time.
Pierce with cooking fork. Place
in center of the oven. Let stand
5 minutes.
In 2-qt. casserole, place washed
spinach.
In 1-qt. casserole, place
3 tablespoons water.
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Squash
(fresh, summer
and yellow)
(winter, acorn,
or butternut)
Troubleshooting Tips
Mixed
vegetables
(frozen)
Operating Instructions
Amount
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Vegetable
In 11⁄2-qt. casserole, place 1/4
cup water.
Cut in half and remove fibrous
membranes. In 2-qt. oblong
glass baking dish, place squash
cut-side-down. Turn cut-side-up
after 4 minutes.
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About the time features.
Time Defrost
Allows you to defrost for a selected length of time. See
the Defrosting Guide for suggested times. (Auto Defrost
explained in the About the auto feature section.)
Operating Instructions
1 Press DEFROST AUTO/TIME twice.
2 Enter defrosting time.
3 Press START.
4 Turn food over when the oven signals.
5 Press START.
Power level is automatically set at 3, but can be changed.
You can defrost small items quickly by raising the power
level after entering the time. Power level 7 cuts the total
defrosting time in about half; power level 10 cuts the
total time to approximately 1/3. However, food will
need more frequent attention than usual.
Troubleshooting Tips
At one half of selected defrosting time, the oven signals
TURN. At this time, turn food over and break apart or
rearrange pieces for more even defrosting. Shield any
warm areas with small pieces of foil.
A dull thumping noise may be heard during defrosting.
This is normal when oven is not operating at High power.
Defrosting Tips
■ Foods frozen in paper or plastic can be defrosted in
the package. Closed packages should be slit, pierced
or vented AFTER food has partially defrosted. Plastic
storage containers should be partially uncovered.
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■ Family-size, prepackaged frozen dinners can be
defrosted and microwaved. If the food is in a foil
container, transfer it to a microwave-safe dish.
■ Foods that spoil easily should not be allowed to sit
out for more than one hour after defrosting. Room
temperature promotes the growth of harmful bacteria.
■ For more even defrosting of larger foods, such
as roasts, use Auto Defrost. Be sure large meats are
completely defrosted before cooking.
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■ When defrosted, food should be cool but softened in
all areas. If still slightly icy, return to the microwave
very briefly, or let it stand a few minutes.
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Defrosting Guide
Food
Time
Comments
Breads, Cakes
Bread, buns or rolls (1 piece) 1/4 min.
Sweet rolls (approx. 12 oz.)
2 to 4 min.
Fruit
Plastic pouch—1 or 2
(10-oz. package)
1 to 5 min.
2 to 5 min.
Franks (1 lb.)
2 to 5 min.
Ground meat (1 lb.)
Roast: beef, lamb, veal, pork
4 to 6 min.
9 to 13 min.
per lb.
4 to 8 min.
per lb.
Poultry
Chicken, broiler-fryer
cut up (21⁄2 to 3 lbs.)
Chicken, whole
(21⁄2 to 3 lbs.)
Turkey breast (4 to 6 lbs.)
Place unwrapped meat in cooking
dish. Turn over after half the time
and shield warm areas with foil.
When finished, separate pieces and
let stand to complete defrosting.
14 to 20 min. Place wrapped chicken in dish. Unwrap
and turn over after half the time. When
finished, separate pieces and microwave
2 to 4 minutes more, if necessary. Let
stand to finish defrosting.
20 to 25 min. Place wrapped chicken in dish. After half
the time, unwrap and turn chicken over.
Shield warm areas with foil. Finish
defrosting. If necessary, run cold water
in the cavity until giblets can be removed.
7 to 13 min. Place unwrapped hen in the oven
per lb.
breast-side-up. Turn over after half
the time. Run cool water in the
cavity until giblets can be removed.
3 to 8 min.
Place unwrapped breast in dish breastper lb.
side-down. After half the time, turn over
and shield warm areas with foil. Finish
defrosting. Let stand 1 to 2 hours in
refrigerator to complete defrosting.
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Cornish hen
Place unopened package in oven.
Let stand 5 minutes after defrosting.
Place unopened package in oven.
Microwave just until franks can be
separated. Let stand 5 minutes, if
necessary, to complete defrosting.
Turn meat over after half the time.
Use power level 1.
Troubleshooting Tips
Meat
Bacon (1 lb.)
Steaks, chops and cutlets
Place block in casserole. Turn over
and break up after half the time.
Operating Instructions
Fish and Seafood
Fillets, frozen (1 lb.)
6 to 9 min.
Shellfish, small pieces (1 lb.) 3 to 7 min.
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About the time features.
Express Cook
This is a quick way to set cooking time for 1–6 minutes.
Press one of the Express Cook pads (from 1 to 6)
for 1 to 6 minutes of cooking at power level 10. For
example, press the 2 pad for 2 minutes of cooking time.
Operating Instructions
The power level can be changed as time is counting
down. Press POWER LEVEL and enter 1–10.
Add 30 Seconds
You can use this feature two ways:
■ It will add 30 seconds to the time counting down each
time the pad is pressed.
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Troubleshooting Tips
■ It can be used as a quick way to set 30 seconds of
cooking time.
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About the auto feature.
Auto Defrost
The Defrost Auto/Time feature gives you two ways to
defrost frozen foods. Press DEFROST AUTO/TIME once
for Auto Defrost or twice for Time Defrost.
Use Auto Defrost for meat, poultry and fish.
Use Time Defrost for most other frozen foods.
Operating Instructions
Auto Defrost automatically sets the defrosting times and
power levels to give even defrosting results for meats,
poultry and fish weighing up to six pounds.
1 Press DEFROST AUTO/TIME once.
Using the Conversion Guide below, enter food weight.
2 For
example, press pads 1 and 2 for 1.2 pounds
(1 pound, 3 ounces).
3 Press START.
(Time Defrost is explained in the About the time features
section.)
Guide
There is a handy guide located on the inside front of the oven.
Troubleshooting Tips
■ Remove meat from package and place on microwavesafe dish.
■ Twice during defrost, the oven signals TURN. At each
TURN signal, turn the food over. Remove defrosted
meat or shield warm areas with small pieces of foil.
■ After defrosting, most meats need to stand 5 minutes
to complete defrosting. Large roasts should stand for
about 30 minutes.
Conversion Guide
If the weight of food is stated in pounds and ounces, the ounces
must be converted to tenths (.1) of a pound.
1–2
3
4–5
6–7
8
9–10
11
12–13
14–15
Enter Food Weight
(tenths of a pound)
.1
.2
.3
.4
.5
.6
.7
.8
.9
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Weight of Food in Ounces
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Safety Information
About the sensor features.
Humidity Sensor
The Sensor Features detect the increasing humidity
released during cooking. The oven automatically adjusts
the cooking time to various types and amounts of food.
Operating Instructions
■ The proper containers and covers are essential for
best sensor cooking.
Covered
■ Always use microwave-safe containers and cover
them with lids or vented plastic wrap. Never use tight
sealing plastic containers—they can prevent steam
from escaping and cause food to overcook.
Vented
Troubleshooting Tips
■ Be sure the outside of the cooking containers and the
inside of the microwave oven are dry before placing
food in the oven. Beads of moisture turning into
steam can mislead the sensor.
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Dry off dishes so they don’t mislead
the sensor.
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Safety Information
Popcorn
To use the Popcorn feature:
(less time) (more time)
Use only with prepackaged
microwave popcorn weighing 1.75 to
3.5 ounces.
Follow package instructions, using Time Cook if the
1 package
is less than 1.75 ounces or larger than 3.5
ounces. Place the package of popcorn in the center
of the microwave.
Operating Instructions
2 Press POPCORN. The oven starts immediately.
If you open the door while POPCORN is displayed,
SENSOR ERROR will appear. Close the door, press
CLEAR/OFF and begin again.
How to Adjust the Popcorn Program to Provide a Shorter or
Longer Cook Time
If you find that the brand of popcorn you use underpops
or overcooks consistently, you can add or subtract 20—30
seconds to the automatic popping time.
To add time:
Troubleshooting Tips
After pressing POPCORN, press 9 immediately after the
oven starts for an extra 20 seconds. Press 9 again to add
another 10 seconds (total 30 seconds additional time).
To subtract time:
After pressing POPCORN, press 1 immediately after
the oven starts for 20 seconds less cooking time. Press 1
again to reduce cooking time another 10 seconds
(total 30 seconds less time).
Beverage
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Press BEVERAGE to heat a cup of coffee or other
beverage.
Drinks heated with the Beverage feature may be very hot.
Remove the container with care.
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Safety Information
About the sensor features.
Reheat
The Reheat feature reheats single servings of previously
cooked foods or a plate of leftovers.
(less time) (more time)
How to Change the
Automatic Settings
Operating Instructions
To reduce time by 10%:
Press 1 after the feature pad.
To add 10% to cooking time:
Press 9 after the feature pad.
covered food in the oven. Press REHEAT.
1 Place
The oven starts immediately.
oven signals when steam is sensed and the time
2 The
remaining begins counting down.
Do not open the oven door until time is counting
down. If the door is opened, close it and press START
immediately.
After removing food from the oven, stir, if possible, to even
out the temperature. If the food is not hot enough, use Time
Cook to reheat for more time. Reheated foods may have
wide variations in temperature. Some areas may be
extremely hot.
Some Foods Not Recommended for Use With Reheat
It is best to use Time Cook for these foods:
Troubleshooting Tips
■ Bread products.
■ Foods that must be reheated uncovered.
■ Foods that need to be stirred or rotated.
■ Foods calling for a dry look or crisp surface after
reheating.
Chicken/Fish
Use the Chicken/Fish feature to cook 1–8 pieces of
chicken or 4–16 ounces of fish.
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(less time) (more time)
How to Change the
Automatic Settings
To reduce time by 10%:
Press 1 after the feature pad.
To add 10% to cooking time:
Press 9 after the feature pad.
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Place covered chicken or fish in the oven. Press
1 CHICKEN/FISH
once for chicken pieces or twice for
fish. The oven starts immediately.
oven signals when steam is sensed and the time
2 The
remaining begins counting down.
Do not open the oven door until time is counting
down. If the door is opened, close it and press START
immediately. If food is not done enough, use Time Cook
to cook for more time.
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Potato
The Potato feature cooks 1/2–2 lbs. of potatoes.
(less time) (more time)
How to Change the
Automatic Settings
To add 10% to cooking time:
Press 9 after the feature pad.
arrange in a star pattern.
Press POTATO. The oven starts immediately. The
2 oven
signals when steam is sensed and the time
Operating Instructions
To reduce time by 10%:
Press 1 after the feature pad.
skin with fork and place potatoes on the
1 Pierce
turntable. If cooking three or more potatoes,
remaining begins counting down.
Do not open the oven door until time is counting
down. If the door is opened, close it and press START
immediately. If food is not done enough, use Time Cook
to cook for more time.
Vegetables
Use the Vegetables feature to cook 4–16 ounces of fresh,
frozen or canned vegetables.
(less time) (more time)
To reduce time by 10%:
Press 1 after the feature pad.
To add 10% to cooking time:
Press 9 after the feature pad.
Troubleshooting Tips
How to Change the
Automatic Settings
(automatic settings for
canned vegetables cannot
be adjusted on some models)
fresh vegetables, add 2 tablespoons of water
1 For
per serving. For frozen vegetables, follow package
instructions for adding water. Cover with lid or
plastic wrap. Place vegetables in the oven.
VEGETABLES once for fresh vegetables, twice
2 Press
for frozen vegetables, or three times for canned
vegetables. The oven starts immediately. The oven
signals when steam is sensed and time remaining is
counting down.
Do not open the oven door until time is counting
down. If the door is opened, close it and press START
immediately. If food is not done enough, use Time Cook
to cook for more time.
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Safety Information
About the other features.
Help
The HELP pad displays feature information and helpful
hints. Press HELP, then select a feature pad.
Cooking Complete Reminder
Operating Instructions
To remind you that you have food in the oven, the oven will
display FOOD IS READY and beep once a minute until you either
open the oven door or press CLEAR/OFF.
Clock
Press to enter the time of day or to check the time of day
while microwaving.
Troubleshooting Tips
1 Press CLOCK.
2 Enter time of day.
3 Select AM or PM.
4 Press START or CLOCK.
Scroll Speed
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The scroll speed of the display can be changed. Press
and hold the AM/PM pad about 3 seconds to bring up
the display. Select 1–5 for slow to fast scroll speed.
Start/Pause
In addition to starting many functions, START/PAUSE
allows you to stop cooking without opening the door
or clearing the display.
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Reminder
The Reminder feature can be used like an alarm clock,
and can be used at any time, even when the oven is
operating. The Reminder time can be set up to
24 hours later.
Operating Instructions
1 Press REMINDER.
the time you want the oven to remind you.
2 Enter
(Be sure the microwave clock shows the correct time
of day.)
3 Select AM or PM.
Press REMINDER. When Reminder signal occurs,
4 press
REMINDER to turn it off. The Reminder time
may be displayed by pressing REMINDER.
NOTE: The REM indicator will remain lit to show that the
Reminder is set. To clear the Reminder before it occurs,
press REMINDER, then 0. The REM indicator will no longer
be lit.
Troubleshooting Tips
Delay Start
Delay Start allows you to set the microwave to delay
cooking up to 24 hours.
1 Press DELAY START.
the time you want the oven to start. (Be sure
2 Enter
the microwave clock shows the correct time of day.)
3 Select AM or PM.
any combination of Defrost Auto/Time
4 Select
and Time Cook.
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5 Press START.
The Delay Start time will be displayed plus DS.
The oven will automatically start at the delayed time.
The time of day may be displayed by pressing CLOCK.
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Safety Information
About the other features.
Child Lock-Out
You may lock the control panel to prevent the
microwave from being accidentally started or used
by children.
Operating Instructions
To lock or unlock the controls, press and hold CLEAR/OFF
for about three seconds. When the control panel is
locked, an L will be displayed to the extreme right.
Sound Level
The beeper sound level can be adjusted. Press SOUND
LEVEL. Choose 0–3 for mute to loud.
Timer On/Off
Timer On/Off operates as a minute timer and can be used
at any time, even when the oven is operating.
Troubleshooting Tips
1 Press TIMER ON/OFF.
2 Enter time you want to count down.
3 Press TIMER ON/OFF to start.
When time is up, the oven will signal. To turn off the
timer signal, press TIMER ON/OFF.
NOTE: The timer indicator will be lit while the timer is
operating.
Display On/Off
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To turn the clock display on or off, press and hold 0 for
about 3 seconds. The Display On/Off feature cannot be
used while a cooking feature is in use.
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Safety Information
Microwave terms.
Term
Definition
Arcing
Arcing is the microwave term for sparks in the oven. Arcing is
caused by:
■ metal or foil touching the side of the oven.
■ foil that is not molded to food (upturned edges act like
antennas).
Operating Instructions
■ metal such as twist-ties, poultry pins, gold-rimmed dishes.
■ recycled paper towels containing small metal pieces.
Covers hold in moisture, allow for more even heating and reduce
cooking time. Venting plastic wrap or covering with wax paper
allows excess steam to escape.
Shielding
In a regular oven, you shield chicken breasts or baked foods to
prevent over-browning. When microwaving, you use small strips
of foil to shield thin parts, such as the tips of wings and legs on
poultry, which would cook before larger parts.
Standing Time
When you cook with regular ovens, foods such as roasts or cakes
are allowed to stand to finish cooking or to set. Standing time is
especially important in microwave cooking. Note that a
microwaved cake is not placed on a cooling rack.
Venting
After covering a dish with plastic wrap, you vent the plastic wrap by
turning back one corner so excess steam can escape.
Troubleshooting Tips
Covering
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Care and cleaning of the microwave oven.
Helpful Hints
Open the oven door a few minutes after cooking to air
out the inside. An occasional thorough wiping with a
solution of baking soda and water keeps the inside fresh.
Unplug the cord before cleaning any part of this oven.
Operating Instructions
How to Clean the Inside
Walls, Floor, Inside Window, Metal and Plastic Parts on
the Door
Some spatters can be removed with a paper towel,
others may require a damp cloth. Remove greasy
spatters with a sudsy cloth, then rinse with a damp
cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners or sharp utensils
on oven walls.
Troubleshooting Tips
To clean the surface of the door and the surface of the oven that
come together upon closing, use only mild, nonabrasive soaps or
detergents using a sponge or soft cloth. Rinse with a damp cloth
and dry.
Never use a commercial oven cleaner on any part of your
microwave.
Removable Turntable and Turntable Support
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To prevent breakage, do not place the turntable into
water just after cooking. Wash it carefully in warm, sudsy
water or in the dishwasher. The turntable and support
can be broken if dropped. Remember, do not operate
the oven without the turntable and support in place.
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How to Clean the Outside
Do not use cleaners containing ammonia or alcohol on the
microwave oven. Ammonia or alcohol can damage the
appearance of the microwave.
Case
Operating Instructions
Clean the outside of the microwave with a sudsy cloth.
Rinse and then dry. Wipe the window clean with a
damp cloth.
Control Panel and Door
Wipe with a damp cloth. Dry thoroughly. Do not use
cleaning sprays, large amounts of soap and water,
abrasives or sharp objects on the panel—they can
damage it. Some paper towels can also scratch the
control panel.
Door Surface
Troubleshooting Tips
It’s important to keep the area clean where the door
seals against the microwave. Use only mild, non-abrasive
detergents applied with a clean sponge or soft cloth.
Rinse well.
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Safety Information
Before you call for service…
Troubleshooting Tips
Save time and money! Review the charts on the following pages
first and you may not need to call for service.
Possible Causes
What To Do
Oven will not start
A fuse in your home
may be blown or the
circuit breaker tripped.
• Replace fuse or reset
circuit breaker.
Power surge.
• Unplug the microwave
oven, then plug it back in.
Plug not fully inserted
into wall outlet.
• Make sure the 3-prong
plug on the oven is fully
inserted into wall outlet.
Door not securely closed.
• Open the door and close
securely.
Door not securely closed.
• Open the door and close
securely.
START pad not pressed
after entering cooking
selection.
• Press START.
Operating Instructions
Problem
Troubleshooting Tips
Control panel lighted, yet
oven will not start
Another selection entered • Press CLEAR/OFF.
already in oven and
CLEAR/OFF pad not
pressed to cancel it.
Cooking time not entered
after pressing TIME COOK.
• Make sure you have
entered cooking time
after pressing TIME COOK.
CLEAR/OFF was pressed
accidentally.
• Reset cooking program
and press START.
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Food weight not entered
• Make sure you have
after selecting Auto Defrost. entered food weight
after selecting Auto Defrost.
“SENSOR ERROR”
appears on display
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During Popcorn, Reheat,
Beverage, Chicken/Fish,
Potato, or Vegetables
program, the door was
opened before steam
could be detected.
• Close the door, press
CLEAR/OFF and begin again.
Steam was not detected
in maximum amount
of time.
• Use Time Cook to heat
for more time.
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Possible Causes
What To Do
“LOCKED” appears in
display
The control has been
• Press and hold CLEAR/OFF
locked. (When the control for about three seconds to
panel is locked an L will
unlock the control.
be displayed.)
Food amount too large
for Sensor Reheat
Sensor Reheat is for single • Use Time Cook for large
servings of recommended
amounts of food.
foods.
Operating Instructions
Problem
Things That Are Normal With Your Microwave Oven
■ Steam or vapor escaping from around the door.
■ Light reflection around door or outer case.
Troubleshooting Tips
■ Dimming oven light and change in the blower sound at power
levels other than high.
■ Dull thumping sound while oven is operating.
■ TV/radio interference might be noticed while using the
microwave. Similar to the interference caused by other small
appliances, it does not indicate a problem with the microwave.
Plug the microwave into a different electrical circuit, move the
radio or TV as far away from the microwave as possible, or check
the position and signal of the TV/radio antenna.
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Troubleshooting Tips
Operating Instructions
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Notes
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GE Microwave Oven Warranty
All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers
or an authorized Customer Care® technician. For service, call
800-GE-CARES.
GE Will Replace:
One Year
From the date of the
original purchase
Any part of the microwave oven which fails due to a
defect in materials or workmanship. During this limited
one-year warranty, GE will also provide, free of charge,
all parts and service labor to repair or replace the
defective part.
Nine Years
For the second through
the tenth year from the
date of original purchase
The magnetron tube, if the magnetron tube fails due to
a defect in materials or workmanship. During this
nine-year limited warranty, you will be responsible for
any labor or in-home service costs.
Operating Instructions
For The Period Of:
For each of the above warranties: To avoid any trip charges, you must take the microwave oven to
a General Electric Customer Care ® servicer and pick it up following service. In-home service is also
available, but you must pay for the service technician’s travel costs to your home.
■ Service trips to your home to teach you
how to use the product.
■ Replacement of house fuses or
resetting of circuit breakers.
■ Improper installation.
■ Damage to the product caused by
accident, fire, floods or acts of God.
■ Failure of the product if it is
abused, misused, or used for other
than the intended purpose or used
commercially.
Troubleshooting Tips
What GE Will Not Cover:
■ Incidental or consequential damage to
personal property caused by possible
defects with this appliance.
This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased
for home use within the USA.
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Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to
state. To know what your legal rights are, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your
state’s Attorney General.
Warrantor: General Electric Company. Louisville, KY 40225
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Service Telephone Numbers.
GE Answer Center ® 800.626.2000
The GE Answer Center® is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Visit our Website at: www.geappliances.com
Operating Instructions
In-Home Repair Service 800-GE-CARES (800-432-2737)
Expert GE repair service is only a phone call away.
Special Needs Service 800.626.2000
TDD 800-TDD-GEAC (800-833-4322)
GE offers, free of charge, a brochure to assist in planning a barrierfree kitchen for persons with limited mobility.
Service Contracts 800-626-2224
Troubleshooting Tips
Purchase a GE service contract while your warranty is still in effect
and you’ll receive a substantial discount. GE Consumer Service will
still be there after your warranty expires.
Parts and Accessories 800-626-2002
Individuals qualified to service their own appliances can have parts
or accessories sent directly to their homes (VISA, MasterCard and
Discover cards are accepted).
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Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed
by any user. Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified
service personnel. Caution must be exercised, since improper servicing
may cause unsafe operation.
Service Satisfaction
If you are not satisfied with the service you receive from GE,
follow these steps. First, contact the people who serviced your
appliance. Next, if you are still not pleased, write all the details—
including your phone number—to: Manager, Customer Relations,
GE Appliances, Appliance Park, Louisville, KY 40225.
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